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Marguerite Patten

Hilda Elsie Marguerite Patten, CBE, was an English home economist, food writer and broadcaster. She was one of the earliest celebrity chefs who became known during World War II thanks to her programme on BBC Radio, where she shared recipes that could work within the limits imposed by war rationing. After the war, she was responsible for popularising the use of pressure cookers and her 170 published books have sold over 17 million copies... Read More

BornHilda Elsie Marguerite Brown
4 November 1915
Bath, Somerset, England, UK
Died4 June 2015 (aged 99)
Twickenham, Greater London, England, UK
OccupationHome economist, food writer and broadcaster
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